Could there be a car that could lead us to forgive Chrysler for the unloved Dodge Caliber? Yes, and it's called the 2014 Fiat Ottimo. This is the hatchback version of the Fiat Viaggio - a Fiat-badged Dodge Dart - that we heard aboutShow More Summary
Fiat debuted the Ottimo at the 2013 Guangzhou Auto show. The five-door hatchback is based on the same platform as the Dodge Dart and Fiat Viaggio sedan and it will be assembled alongside the Viaggio by the joint venture between Fiat and Guangzhou Automobile Group, doubling production at that plant in southern China. The […]
FIAT OTTIMO Italian carmaker Fiat has revealed a new hatch companion to its Viaggio sedan, unveiling the Ottimo hatch at this week's Guangzhou Auto Show in China. As with the Viaggio, the Ottimo shares its underpinnings - and a few key styling elements - with the US-market Dodge Dart, revealed early last year. Show More Summary
Remember the Fiat Viaggio, the Dodge Dart clone that was supposed to be the brand’s breakthrough product in China? The compact sedan has missed its sales targets by as much as 60 percent, and now Fiat is hoping that local production of the Jeep Cherokee can help fill some of their plant’s capacity and capitalize […]
In other parts of the world, Fiat builds and sells a version of the Dodge Dart called the Viaggio, and it appears that in addition to the current sedan bodystyle, a new hatchback version of the car is also in the works. Autocar saysShow More Summary
The Fiat Viaggio wagon could be presented in Shanghai later this month.
Rumors have been floating around that Fiat is working on a wagon version of its Viaggio, basically the same car as the American Dodge Dart. Drawings surfaced on Chinese webpages, with the theory that they were leaked from a Fiat product presentation. These renderings portray sleek wagon-like bodywork that will appeal to the younger car [...]
This drawing of a Fiat Viaggio wagon supposedly leaked from a Fiat product presentation in China, where the drawing is currently making the rounds. Is it the Dodge Dart wagon of our dreams? Read more...
Italy’s Fiat, late to the Chinese party, finally opened its first plant in China today. Reuters reports that “the plant, based in Hunan province, is the latest development in a 5 billion yuan ($786.73 million) joint-venture between Fiat and GAC, China’s sixth largest auto manufacturer.” The plant also should help improving China’s dismal car export statistics. [...]
Fiat Viaggio (its Chinese name Fei Xiang meaning flying) is the first Fiat-Chrysler twin project that is basically a rebadged variant of the recently introduced Dodge Dart. Designed by Fiat Group’s Style Centre in Turin, the Fiat Viaggio has modified bumpers, a revised grille and unique lighting units. Measuring 4,679 mm in length, 1,850 mm [...]
www.ZerCustoms.com - Fiat revealed this week their latest world compact sedan, which is called the Vi... [...]
[INSERT JUVENILE QUIP ABOUT THIS CAR'S NAME AND HOW MUCH IT SOUNDS LIKE ANATOMY]. Just kidding. We’re not that silly. Here’s a look at the Fiat Viaggio aka the Dodge Dart for China. The made-in-China sedan will come with one of two 1.4L turbocharged Fiat engines, with 120 or 150 horsepower. A 5-speed manual or [...]
The alliance between the Chrysler Group and Fiat SpA has been a two-way street: Auburn Hills has given Lancia a new lease on life, for example, while Alfa Romeo has given Dodge the underpinnings for the new Dart. And now Dodge can return...Show More Summary
The partnership between Italy’s Fiat automotive and GAC of China has resulted in the Fiat Viaggio, the first Chinese-made Fiat. Unveiled at today’s Beijing motor show, the Fiat Viaggio is powered by two different versions of the 1.4-litre T-Jet turbocharged … Continue reading ?
Posted on 04.20.2012 00:05 by Justin Cupler Filed under: Fiat | compact cars | sedan | industry news | economy cars | future cars | Beijing Auto Show | China | small family cars | Fiat Viaggio | Cars | Car Reviews | Fiat What happens...Show More Summary
www.ZerCustoms.com - Fiat is teasing the new Viaggio, which is a completely new model, set to be reve... [...]
Fiat Viaggio – Italian for Dodge Dart. Viaggio means journey Italian, fitting for a car making its passage from the United States to Europe. The consolidation of Fiat-Chrysler is resulting in some interesting product synergies. Originally Dodges were supposed to be rebadged Alfas (thankfully that didn’t happen) and now Chryslers are sold as Lancias. The [...]Show More Summary
Fiat has released first official images of the Viaggio, a totally new model which will have its world preview at the Beijing International Auto Show end of this month. The Viaggio (voyage in English and its Chinese name Fei Xiang meaning flying) is the first Fiat-Chrysler twin project that is also basis for the Dodge [...]
Debuting at the Beijing Auto Show on April 23rd is the Fiat Viaggio. If it looks familiar in these teaser shots, that’s because it’s a Dodge Dart with a different badge. The made-in-China sedan will come with one of two 1.4L turbocharged Fiat engines, with 120 or 150 horsepower. A 5-speed manual or a dual-clutch [...]
Wondering how to say “Dodge Dart” in Chinese? We’re not sure how to translate that into Mandarin, but in Fiat-Chrysler speak, “Dodge Dart” will soon be pronounced “Fiat Viaggio,” which is Italian for “voyage.” Fiat will debut its new Viaggio at the Beijing Auto Show, and the car will be the...